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Old April 28 2009, 08:34 PM   #20
Keith R.A. DeCandido
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Re: *~Star Trek Books FAQ Latest Edition~*

JD wrote: View Post
Here's the list
With respect to JD and with thanks for his effort, his list is incomplete and misleading (and filled with errors -- sorry!).

With the Captain's Table stories, there are often two timeline placements -- one for the captains at the time they're telling the story, one for the story the captains are telling.

For Tales from the Captain's Table, here's how it breaks down:

William T. Riker: "Improvisations on the Opal Sea: A Tale of Dubious Credibility" by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels. (frame and story take place between Chapters 1-2 of Taking Wing and between the final scenes of Nemesis)

Jean-Luc Picard: "Darkness" by Michael Jan Friedman (frame is simultaneous with Riker's, story between Parts 1 and 2 of The Buried Age)

Elizabeth Shelby: "Pain Management" by Peter David (frame and story is between Stone and Anvil and After the Fall)

Klag, son of M'Raq: "loDnI'pu' vavpu' je" by Keith R.A. DeCandido (frame is between Chapters 10 & 17 of A Burning House, story over the course of several years in Klag's life)

Kira Nerys: "The Officer's Club" by Heather Jarman (frame is between Unity and Bajor: Fragments and Omens, story between Chapters 18 and 19 of Dawn of the Eagles)

Jonathan Archer: "Have Beagle, Will Travel" by Louisa M. Swan (frame takes place shortly after "Cease Fire," story is unplaceable)

Demora Sulu: Iron and Sacrifice by David R. George III (frame and story both take place at varying times after Serpents Among the Ruins, except for the part that takes place prior to it)

Chakotay: Seduced (frame takes place between The Farther Shore and Spirit Walk: Old Wounds, story takes place around the same time as the flashbacks in "Tattoo")

David Gold: "An Easy Fast" by John J. Ordover (frame is some time prior to the War Stories Book 2 flashbacks, story over the course of several years)
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